I had rather be a dog, and bay the moon…






About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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3 Responses to I had rather be a dog, and bay the moon…

  1. kaptonok says:

    How quickly the crowd are swayed.
    This reminds me of Donald Trump a man who knows how to convince.
    It is curious how we behave in large gatherings something happens to our apparent sanity and we go with the crowd.
    It is the great fear of leaders who know huge gatherings of protesters can lead to loss of control.
    The media is vital if you wish to stay.in the driving seat with all its advantages as we know from the recent Turkish silencing of the press.
    This play is all about manipulation in the power game but as always fate also has a part to play.

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    • Fantastic observation, kaptonok. The dangers of demagoguery have held true throughout the ages.


      • kaptonok says:

        Many writers and bloggers have pointed this out and its not the observation that makes Shakespeare famous its just the unique way he puts it.
        The later absolute conceit of Caesar reminds me of Trump and other self-styled king-pins.
        ‘I am as constant as the northern star’
        Thanks for repying

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